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Last Chance to Register for the UKHCA Conference: Listen Up


Listen Up will focus on opportunities for prevention of noise-induced harm and prevention of sound-induced harm, looking beyond the workplace. Additional details can be found here.


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Check out the podcast from Dr. Heather Malyuk, Head of Audiology, Tuned 

Also, check out the podcast from Dr. Frank Wartinger, Audiologist, Founder of Earmark Hearing Conservation 

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Student Conference Award Applications Extension: November 1

Do you know a worthy student interested in the prevention of hearing loss? Encourage them to attend the next annual NHCA conference in Jacksonville, FL February 9-11, 2023. Funding opportunities are available through the National Hearing Conservation Association Scholarship Foundation (NHCASF) Student Conference Award (SCA) program. The SCA includes paid registration to the annual conference, reimbursement of approved travel expense up to $800, and a one-year paid student membership to NHCA. This one-time award is available to students who are actively pursuing a graduate degree in a discipline related to hearing conservation and who are enrolled at least half-time in an accredited university program. Only students with a sincere interest in NHCA and a passion for hearing loss prevention will be considered. To be eligible for consideration, interested students must complete the online application and all requirements by November 1. For more information and to apply, click here.


Find Your Quiet Place (FYQP) Challenge

NHCA is excited to partner again with SoundPrint, a hearing health app, to promote hearing health awareness. During the month of October, 30+ prominent hearing health organizations will participate in the 2022 FYQP Challenge to collect sound level data using the SoundPrint App. The goal is to measure and submit as many sound levels as possible from local venues (e.g., restaurants, parks, shops, offices, theaters, cafes). Prizes will be awarded to the most dedicated participants. The sound measurements will facilitate advocacy for safe noise levels and help communities find quieter places.

Visit the FYQP webpage to download the app, register for the Challenge, get the details on prizes and more.

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